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  • Page 2 Copyright © TOSHIBA TEC Corp. 2002 All Rights Reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual cannot be reproduced in any form without prior written permission of TOSHIBA TEC. No patent liability is assumed, with respect to the use of the information contained herein.
  • Page 3: Software License Agreement

    Electronics For Imaging to identify the Coded Font Programs and Typefaces reproduced therefrom (“Trademarks”); and assign your rights under this Agreement to a transferee of all of your right, title and interest in and to the controller GA-1140 for TOSHIBA e-STUDIO550/650/ 810 Series provided the transferee agrees to be bound by all of the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
  • Page 4 IF ELECTRONICS FOR IMAGING OR ANY AUTHORIZED DEALER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE PRICE OF THE CONTROLLER GA-1140 FOR TOSHIBA e-STUDIO550/650/810 Series REFLECTS THIS ALLOCATION OF RISK. BECAUSE SOME STATES/JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
  • Page 5 GA-1140 printer. Read this guide before printing to your e-STUDIO550/650/810 with the GA-1140 Network Printer Board. Keep this guide within easy reach, and use it to configure quality printing environment and make the best of...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents I I I I I Introduction ... 9 About the Documentation ... 10 About this Guide ... 10 About Other Manuals ... 10 About User Software CD-ROM ... 11 Contents of User Software CD-ROM ... 11 Windows ... 11 Mac OS ...
  • Page 7 I I I I I Installing User Software on a Mac OS Computer ... 71 About User Software for Mac OS ... 72 Planning for Installation ... 72 Installing the Printer Driver ... 73 About the Installation ... 73 System Requirements ... 73 Installing the Printer Driver to Mac OS Computer ...
  • Page 8 Setting the Consumables Tab ... 121 Managing Fonts with Font Manager 2000 ... 122 Searching Fonts ... 123 Installing Fonts in Windows ... 123 Uninstalling Fonts in Windows ... 123 Removing Fonts from the Computer ... 124 Preview Fonts ... 124 Creating a Font Group ...
  • Page 9 Printing a Private Job from Touch Panel Display ... 152 Printing a Private Job ... 152 Printing a Proof of the Private Job ... 153 Modifying the Print Settings of the Private Job ... 155 Deleting the Private Job ... 162 Printing a Stored Job ...
  • Page 10 I I I I I Troubleshooting ... 201 Troubleshooting for the Installation ... 202 On a Windows computer ... 202 On a Mac OS computer ... 203 Troubleshooting for Printing... 204 Maintaining optimal system performance ... 204 Troubleshooting... 204 General Printing Problems ... 204 Problems with Print Quality ...
  • Page 11: I I I I I Introduction

    Introduction...
  • Page 12: About The Documentation

    Guide . For general information on using the copier, your computer, your application software, or your network, see the manuals that accompany those products. The term “GA-1140” is used in this manual to refer to the TOSHIBA GA-1140 Network Printer Board. Convention indicates features that require the PS3 Upgrade option.
  • Page 13: About User Software Cd-rom

    About User Software CD-ROM Contents of User Software CD-ROM Windows The contents of User Software CD-ROM are: Installr - includes Setup.exe to install the PCL6 printer driver and PostScript printer driver. [language]\Prntdrvr\Pcl6_drvr\[Windows version] - includes Oemsetup.inf and other files to install the PCL6 printer driver by Add Printer Wizard. [language]\Prntdrvr\Ps_drvr\[Windows version] - includes Oemsetup.inf and other files to install the PostScript printer driver by Add Printer Wizard, and Printer Description file.
  • Page 14: Mac Os

    Mac OS The contents of User Software CD-ROM are: Fonts - is an installer for screen and printer fonts. [language]:Printer Driver - includes an installer for AdobePS 8.7.2 printer driver and other files such as PPD files under the Printer Description folder. SUPPLEMENT: For further information about user softwares for Mac OS, please refer to “About User Software for Mac OS”.
  • Page 15: I I I I I Installing User Software On A Windows Computer

    Installing User Software on a Windows Computer...
  • Page 16: About User Software For Windows

    About User Software for Windows The following user softwares are included in the User Software CD-ROM: PCL6 Printer Driver - enables you to print to the GA-1140 from Windows computers; supports all special GA-1140 PCL6 print features. This printer driver is utilized for printing the document which uses the TrueType font.
  • Page 17: Planning For Installation

    The installation of user softwares on Windows is different depending on what you expect for printing. The PCL6 printer driver is effective for printing a document which uses TrueType fonts, such as a Microsoft Word document so on. The PostScript printer driver is effective for high-graphical document which uses PostScript fonts and graphics, such as Adobe PageMaker so on.
  • Page 18: Installing The Printer Driver

    Installing the Printer Driver Before installing the printer driver to your computer, read this section to understand about installation. Type of Printer Driver Two types of printer driver are available for the GA-1140: • PCL6 Printer Driver The PCL6 printer driver allows you to print to the GA-1140 as a PCL printer. •...
  • Page 19: About The Installation Procedure

    About the Installation Procedure Please find the installation procedure suited to your environment from the followings: Step1: Installing the Printer Driver Installing the printer driver varies depending on how you configure the connection for printing: For Parallel Printing P18 “Installing the Printer Driver for Parallel Printing” For SMB Printing P21 “Installing the Printer Driver for SMB Printing”...
  • Page 20: Installing The Printer Driver For Parallel Printing

    Installing the Printer Driver for Parallel Printing PREPARATION: Before installing the printer driver for parallel printing, please make sure of the following: • The GA-1140 printer is connected to your computer and turned on. To make sure above statement, see Administrator’s Guide to perform the set up for parallel printing.
  • Page 21 Select “Custom” and click on [Next]. • The Choose Destination dialog box appears. Click on [Next]. • Click on [Browse...] and select the folder only If you want to change the folder which the software will be installed. Select the components to be installed and click on [Next].
  • Page 22 The PS3 Upgrade (GE-1020) or PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is required to use the PostScript Driver. Select “LPT1” and click on [Next]. • The Start Copying Files dialog box appears. Click on [Next]. • Start copying files. Change the name if desired and click on [Next].
  • Page 23: Installing The Printer Driver For Smb Printing

    Click on [Finish]. • The installation is completed. • When you selected to install the Agfa Monotype Font Manager 2000, the Welcome dialog box appears. In this case, continue the installation. P69 “Installing the Agfa Monotype Font Manager 2000” Continue the operation to configure the option settings on the printer driver.
  • Page 24: Windows 95/98/me

    Windows 95/98/Me The procedure here describes an installation on Windows 98. The procedures are the same when other versions of Windows is used. When the PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is installed on your GA-1140 printer, a printer driver, which is selected for the SMB Printing option in the TopAccess, is automatically installed by following the procedure here.
  • Page 25 Select whether printing programs and click on [Next]. • When the PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE- 1110) is installed on your GA-1140 printer, go to step Click on [Have Disk...]. • The Install From Disk dialog box appears. Click on [Browse...]. •...
  • Page 26 • When the GA-1140 printer is an US version, which the default paper size type is LT system, select “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO810 srs-PCL6UC” (when you install the PCL6 printer driver) or “TOSHIBA e- STUDIO810 srs-PS3UC” (when you install the PostScript printer driver).
  • Page 27 Select “Yes” to print a test page and click on [Finish]. Make sure a test page is printed successfully and click on [Yes] to close the dialog box. The printer driver is installed and the print queue window appears. Continue the operation to configure the option settings on the printer driver.
  • Page 28: Windows Nt 4.0/2000/xp

    Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP REQUIREMENT: You must log in Windows as a user who has the “Administrators” or “Power Users” privilege. When you are installing to the Windows NT 4.0: When the PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is installed on your GA-1140 printer, you can also install a printer driver for Windows NT 4.0, which is selected for the SMB Printing option in the TopAccess, by double-clicking on the desired queue displayed in the Network Neighborhood with the Windows Explorer.
  • Page 29 Click on [Next]. • The Software License Agreement dialog box appears. Click on [Yes]. • The Setup Type dialog box appears. Select “Custom” and click on [Next]. • The Choose Destination dialog box appears. Click on [Next]. • Click on [Browse...] and select the folder only If you want to change the folder which the software will be installed.
  • Page 30 Select the components to be installed and click on [Next]. • The Select Port dialog box appears. PCL6 Driver Check this to install the PCL6 printer driver. PS Driver Check this to install the PostScript printer driver. Check this to install the Agfa Monotype Font Manager 2000. The PS3 Upgrade (GE-1020) or PS3 Scan &...
  • Page 31 Enter “\\[Server Name]\[Queue Name]” in the “Enter a port name” field, and click on [OK]. • The [Server Name] of the port name must be the server name that you entered for the Server Name of the Windows Printing Service setting on TopAccess. The default server name of the GA-1140 printer is “e- STUDIO810”.
  • Page 32 Click on [Next]. • Start copying files. Change the name if desired and click on [Next]. Click on [Finish]. • The installation is completed. • When you selected to install the Agfa Monotype Font Manager 2000, the Welcome dialog box appears. In this case, continue the installation.
  • Page 33: Installing The Printer Driver For Lpr Printing

    Installing the Printer Driver for LPR Printing PREPARATIONS: Before installing the printer driver for LPR printing, please make sure of the following: • The GA-1140 printer is connected to the network and turned on. • The TCP/IP setting is completed correctly. •...
  • Page 34: Windows Nt 4.0

    Windows NT 4.0 REQUIREMENTS: • The TCP/IP Printing Service is installed and running on your Windows NT 4.0. • The TCP/IP protocol is installed and configured correctly on your Windows NT 4.0. • You must log in Windows as a user who has the “Administrators” or “Power Users” privilege. To install the printer driver for LPR printing, install the printer driver using the installer in the User Software CD-ROM.
  • Page 35 Select “Custom” and click on [Next]. • The Choose Destination dialog box appears. Click on [Next]. • Click on [Browse...] and select the folder only If you want to change the folder which the software will be installed. Select the components to be installed and click on [Next].
  • Page 36 The PS3 Upgrade (GE-1020) or PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is required to use the PostScript Driver. Click on [Add Port...]. • The Printer Ports dialog box appears. Select “LPR Port” and click on [New Port...]. • When “LPR Port” is not listed, make sure the TCP/IP Printing Service is installed on your Windows NT 4.0.
  • Page 37 The Hold queue and Print queue are only available when the PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE- 1060+GE-1110) is installed. Click on [Close] to close the dialog box. • The screen returns to the Select Port dialog box. Select the port that you create and click on [Next].
  • Page 38 Change the name if desired and click on [Next]. Click on [Finish]. • The installation is completed. • When you selected to install the Agfa Monotype Font Manager 2000, the Welcome dialog box appears. In this case, continue the installation. P69 “Installing the Agfa Monotype Font Manager 2000”...
  • Page 39: Windows 2000 And Windows Xp

    Windows 2000 and Windows XP REQUIREMENTS: • The TCP/IP protocol is installed and configured correctly on your Windows 2000/XP. • You must log in Windows as a user who has the “Administrators” or “Power Users” privilege. To install the printer driver to use LPR printing, configure the LPR port first, and then install the printer driver using the installer in the User Software CD-ROM.
  • Page 40 Select “Custom” and click on [Next]. • The Choose Destination dialog box appears. Click on [Next]. • Click on [Browse...] and select the folder only If you want to change the folder which the software will be installed. Select the components to be installed and click on [Next].
  • Page 41 The PS3 Upgrade (GE-1020) or PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is required to use the PostScript Driver. Click on [Add Port...]. • The Printer Ports dialog box appears. Select “Standard TCP/IP Port” and click on [New Port...]. • The Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard dialog box appears.
  • Page 42 Enter the IP address of the GA-1140 printer in the “Printer Name or IP Address” field and click on [Next]. • When your network uses DNS or WINS server, enter the printer name of the GA-1140 provided from DNS or WINS in the “Printer Name or IP Address” field. •...
  • Page 43 The Hold queue and Print queue are only available when the PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE- 1060+GE-1110) is installed. SUPPLEMENT: If you have enabled the Port 9100 printing at the GA- 1140 LPD Printing Service options, you can setting up Port 9100 printing as well.
  • Page 44 Click on [Finish]. • The screen returns to the Printer Ports dialog box. Click on [Close]. • The screen returns to the Select Port dialog box. Select the LPR Port that you create and click on [Next]. • The Start Copying Files dialog box appears. Click on [Next].
  • Page 45 Change the name if desired and click on [Next]. Click on [Finish]. • The installation is completed. • When you selected to install the Agfa Monotype Font Manager 2000, the Welcome dialog box appears. In this case, continue the installation. P69 “Installing the Agfa Monotype Font Manager 2000”...
  • Page 46: Installing The Printer Driver For Ipp Printing

    Installing the Printer Driver for IPP Printing PREPARATIONS: Before installing the printer driver for IPP printing, please make sure of the following: • The GA-1140 printer is connected to the network and turned on. • The TCP/IP setting is completed correctly. To make sure above statements, ask your network administrator or see Administrator’s Guide to perform the set up for IPP printing.
  • Page 47 Double-click on the [Add Printer] icon (Windows 2000) or click on the “Add a Printer” hyperlink in the “Printer Tasks” (Windows XP). • The Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears. Click on [Next]. Select “Network printer” and click on [Next].
  • Page 48 Select “Connect to a printer on the Internet or on your intranet”, enter “http://[IP address]/ ipp/direct” in the “URL” field, and then click on [Next]. • Enter the IP address of GA-1140 printer instead of [IP address]. Example: IP address = 192.168.0.20 http://192.168.255.48/ipp/direct •...
  • Page 49 • When the GA-1140 printer is a US version, which the default paper size type is LT system, select “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO810srs-PCL6UC” (when you install the PCL6 printer driver) or “TOSHIBA e- STUDIO810srs-PS3UC” (when you install the PostScript printer driver). • When the GA-1140 printer is a European version, which the default paper size type is A4 system, select “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO810srs-PCL6EU”...
  • Page 50 The PS3 Upgrade (GE-1020) or PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is required to use the PostScript Driver. Click on [Finish]. • The printer driver is installed on Windows 2000. Continue the operation to configure the option settings on the printer driver. P59 “Configuring the Options”...
  • Page 51: Installing The Printer Driver For Novell Printing

    Installing the Printer Driver for Novell Printing PREPARATIONS: Before installing the printer driver for Novell printing, please make sure of the following: • The GA-1140 printer is connected to the network and turned on. • The TCP/IP setting is completed correctly. (Required only when you want to use TopAccess or using the printer with NetWare server 5.x in the TCP/IP network.) •...
  • Page 52: Windows 95/98/me

    Windows 95/98/Me REQUIREMENTS: • The NetWare server is configured correctly and running on your network. • The TCP/IP protocol is installed and configured correctly on your Windows computer. (Required only when using the NetWare server 5.x in the TCP/IP network.) •...
  • Page 53 SUPPLEMENT: The queue names created on the NetWare server should be either “[given name]_direct”, “[given name]_hold”, “[given name]_print” ([given name] can be any name). Those queues correspond to the GA-1140 printer’s queues, Direct, Hold, and Print. The Hold queue and Print queue are only available when the PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE- 1060+GE-1110) is installed.
  • Page 54 • When the GA-1140 printer is a US version, which the default paper size type is LT system, select “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO810srs-PCL6UC” (when you install the PCL6 printer driver) or “TOSHIBA e- STUDIO810srs-PS3UC” (when you install the PostScript printer driver). • When the GA-1140 printer is a European version, which the default paper size type is A4 system, select “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO810srs-PCL6EU”...
  • Page 55 The PS3 Upgrade (GE-1020) or PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is required to use the PostScript Driver. NOTE: When installing the printer driver for Novell printing for Windows 95/98/Me, only one printer driver can be installed for one print queue by operating the installation in this method. If you want to install another printer driver for Novell printing, install the printer driver by Add Printer Wizard and set the NetWare print queue to the printer port.
  • Page 56 Make sure a test page is printed successfully and click on [Yes] to close the dialog box. The printer driver is installed and the print queue window appears. Continue the operation to configure the option settings on the printer driver. P59 “Configuring the Options”...
  • Page 57: Windows Nt 4.0/2000/xp

    Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP REQUIREMENTS: • The NetWare server is configured correctly and running on your network. • The TCP/IP protocol is installed and configured correctly on your Windows computer. (Required only when using the NetWare server 5.x in the TCP/IP network.) •...
  • Page 58 SUPPLEMENT: The queue names created on the NetWare server should be either “[given name]_direct”, “[given name]_hold”, “[given name]_print” ([given name] can be any name). Those queues correspond to the GA-1140 printer’s queues, Direct, Hold, and Print. The Hold queue and Print queue are only available when the PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE- 1060+GE-1110) is installed.
  • Page 59 Locate the directory where the printer driver for your operating system is located, select the “oemsetup.inf” file, and click on [Open]. • When you want to install the PCL6 printer driver for Windows NT 4.0: [CD-ROM drive]:\English\Prntdrvr\Pcl6_drvr\Win_NTx • When you want to install the PostScript printer driver for Windows NT 4.0: [CD-ROM drive]:\English\Prntdrvr\PS_drvr\Win_NTx •...
  • Page 60 • When the GA-1140 printer is a US version, which the default paper size type is LT system, select “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO810srs-PCL6UC” (when you install the PCL6 printer driver) or “TOSHIBA e- STUDIO810srs-PS3UC” (when you install the PostScript printer driver). • When the GA-1140 printer is a European version, which the default paper size type is A4 system, select “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO810srs-PCL6EU”...
  • Page 61: Configuring The Options

    After you complete the installation of printer drivers, you should configure the option settings on the printer driver. There are two methods to configure the options; • When the GA-1140 printer and your computer is not connected in the TCP/IP network, you can configure the options manually.
  • Page 62 Select the printer driver in the Printers folder and click on [File] and select [Properties] (for Windows 95/98/Me) or [Document Defaults..] (for Windows NT 4.0) or [Printing References...] (for Windows 2000 and Windows XP). • The printer drivers properties dialog box appears. Click on the [Options] tab and click on [Option Settings].
  • Page 63 Not Installed - Select this when no hole punch unit is installed. 2 Hole Punch Unit - Select this when the 2 Hole Punch Unit (MJ-6003E) is installed. 2/3 Hole Punch Unit - Select this when the 2/3 Hole Punch Unit (MJ-6003N) is installed. 4 Hole Punch Unit (F) - Select this when the 4 Hole Punch Unit (F) (MJ-6003F) is installed.
  • Page 64 Select the printer driver in the Printers folder. Then click on [File] and select [Properties]. • When you are operating on Windows XP, open the Printers and Faxes folder to access to the printer driver. • The printer driver properties screen appears. Display the [Device Settings] tab and set the options.
  • Page 65 Optional Paper Feeder This sets whether or not the large capacity feeder is installed. Not installed - Select this when no large capacity feeder is installed. External LCF - Select this when the Large Capacity Feeder (MP-4003A) is installed. Finisher This sets whether or not the finisher is installed.
  • Page 66: Configuring The Options Automatically

    Configuring the Options Automatically You can configure the options automatically using the Two-Way communication. The instruction for configuring the Two-way communication varies depending on the printer driver and the Windows version that you use. Select the printer driver in the Printers folder and click on [File] and select [Properties]. •...
  • Page 67 Select the printer driver in the Printers folder and click on [File] and select [Properties]. • The printer drivers properties dialog box appears. Click on the [Configuration] tab. Check the “Two-Way Communication” check box and enter the IP address or DNS Name in the field.
  • Page 68: Setting The User Information

    After you complete the installation of printer driver and configuration of installable optional devices, you have to enter your user information on the printer driver. Once you enter the user information such as name and department code, the print jobs sent from your printer driver can be managed by GA-1140.
  • Page 69 Click on [Set Department Code]. • The Set Department Code dialog box appears. NOTE: The department code does not necessarily required to be set for using the printer driver. Please administrator for the department code should be set or not. Enter the department code each field and click on [Set].
  • Page 70: Copying The Printer Description File For Windows

    Copying the Printer Description File for Windows The User Software CD-ROM contains printer description files for popular Windows applications. Adobe PageMaker do not support automatic installation of printer description files from the Printers Control Panel. To make the GA-1140 available in the Print and Page Setup dialog boxes of this application, copy printer description files to the appropriate location.
  • Page 71: Installing The Agfa Monotype Font Manager 2000

    Installing the Agfa Monotype Font Manager 2000 The Agfa Monotype Font Manager 2000 allows you to install the Internal Fonts to your computer. By installing the Internal Fonts to your computer, you can displayed the Internal Fonts on your screen. SUPPLEMENT: When you checked “AFM”...
  • Page 72 Click on [OK]. • The Setup Complete dialog box appears. Click on [Finish]. • Check on “Yes, review the Readme file now!” when you want to view the Readme file. Select “Yes, I want to restart my computer now”, and click on [Finish]. •...
  • Page 73: I I I I I Installing User Software On A Mac Os Computer

    Installing User Software on a Mac OS Computer The PS3 Upgrade (GE-1020) or PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is required for printing from a Mac OS computer.
  • Page 74: About User Software For Mac Os

    About User Software for Mac OS The following user softwares are included in the User Software CD-ROM: AdobePS 8.7 Printer Driver - enables to print to the GA-1140 from Mac OS computers; supports special Fiery and PostScript 3 features. The PS3 Upgrade option or PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade option should be installed on the GA-1140 in order to use the PostScript printer driver.
  • Page 75: Installing The Printer Driver

    Installing the Printer Driver Before installing the printer driver to your computer, read this section to understand about installation. The PS3 Upgrade (GE-1020) or PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is required for printing from a Mac OS computer. System Requirements To install the printer drivers on a Mac OS computer, the following environments are required.
  • Page 76: Installing The Printer Driver To Mac Os Computer

    Installing the Printer Driver to Mac OS Computer The PS3 Upgrade (GE-1020) or PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is required for printing from a Mac OS computer. To install the printer driver to Mac OS computer, follow the procedure below: •...
  • Page 77 Open the “English” folder in the User Software CD-ROM and double-click on “AdobePS 8.7 Installer” included in the “Printer Driver” folder. • The AdobePS 8.7 installation begins. Click on [Yes]. Click on [Replace]. • When the old version of AdobePS is already installed on your computer, the message dialog box as shown at right is displayed.
  • Page 78: Creating The Adobeps Printer

    • When the GA-1140 printer is a US version, and the default paper size type is LT system, select “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO810srs-PS3UC”. • When the GA-1140 printer is a European version, and the default paper size type is A4 system, select...
  • Page 79 Select each option configuration of the GA-1140 printer and click on [OK]. Optional Paper Feeder This sets whether or not the large capacity feeder is installed. Not installed - Select this when no large capacity feeder is installed. External LCF - Select this when the Large Capacity Feeder (MP-4003A) is installed. Finisher This sets whether or not the finisher is installed.
  • Page 80 Close the window. Click on [OK]. • The current printer is set to the GA-1140 printer and the GA-1140 printer icon displayed on the desktop.
  • Page 81: Installing The Fonts

    Installing the Fonts The Fonts on the User Software CD-ROM includes screen and printer fonts that correspond to the 136 built-in PostScript printer fonts on the GA-1140. The Font installer copies both kinds of fonts to the System:Fonts folder on your hard disk. To be available to applications, the screen fonts must remain in the System:Fonts folder.
  • Page 83: I I I I I Printing From Windows Computers

    Printing from Windows Computers...
  • Page 84: Printing From Application

    Printing from Application Once you have installed the GA-1140 printer driver and set it to the proper port as described in the section “Installing the Printer Driver” in the chapter “Installing User Software on a Windows Computer”, you can print directly from most Windows applications. Simply choose the Print command from within your application.
  • Page 85 SUPPLEMENT: • The interface varies somewhat depending on whether you are using the PCL6 or PostScript printer driver and the version of Windows operating system. • Some settings are disabled when the printer properties dialog box is displayed from an application.
  • Page 86: Setting Print Options Using Profiles

    Setting Print Options Using Profiles Print option settings can be saved on your hard disk so you can easily load specifically configured settings for a particular job. Settings files can also be shared over a network, using the Import and Export features.
  • Page 87: Creating Saved Settings

    Creating Saved Settings Configure the print options on each tab. • Setting the print options varies depending on how you want to print a document. Please refer to “Setting Up Print Options” about setting the print options on each tab. P90 “Setting Up Print Options”...
  • Page 88: Modifying Saved Settings

    Modifying Saved Settings Modify the print options on each tab. • Setting the print options varies depending on how you want to print a document. Please refer to “Setting Up Print Options” about setting the print options on each tab. P90 “Setting Up Print Options”...
  • Page 89: Deleting Saved Settings

    Deleting Saved Settings Click on [Advanced] at the Profile group. • The Profile List dialog box appears. Select the setting profile you want to delete and click on [Delete]. • The Delete Profile message appears. Click on [OK]. • The selected setting profile is deleted. Loading Saved Settings Select the setting profile you want to use.
  • Page 90: Exporting Saved Settings

    Exporting Saved Settings Click on [Advanced] at the Profile group. • The Profile List dialog box appears. Select the setting profile you want to export and click on [Export]. • The Save As dialog box appears. Browse to the location where you want to save the file, enter a file name in the “File name”...
  • Page 91: Importing Saved Settings

    Importing Saved Settings Click on [Advanced] at the Profile group. • The Profile List dialog box appears. Click on [Import]. • The Save As dialog box appears. Browse to the location of the saved settings file you want to import, select the file, and click on [OK].
  • Page 92: Setting Up Print Options

    Setting Up Print Options The printer can handle various printing situations by changing the Print Options settings on the Printer Properties. To determine which option should be changed to print a document as you desire, refer to the following: General Settings required for every printing: Output Tab : Paper Size, Paper Source, Orientation, Media Type, Number of Copies, Destination P97 “Setting the Output Tab”...
  • Page 93 Changing how TrueType fonts are printed: Print Quality Tab : TrueType Options P109 “Setting the Print Quality Tab” Printing with Smoothing Function, Toner Save Mode: Print Quality Tab : Use Smoothing Function, Toner Save Mode P109 “Setting the Print Quality Tab” Printing PS Information when an error occurs (for PS only): PS Tab : Print PS Information...
  • Page 94 Printing a Tab Sheet (Tab Printing): Options Tab : Tab Settings P116 “Setting the Options Tab” Setting user information: User Tab : User Name, Department Code P119 “Setting the User Tab” Viewing the version information: User Tab : Version Information P119 “Setting the User Tab”...
  • Page 95: Displaying The Printer Properties

    Displaying the Printer Properties There are two ways to display the printer’s properties. Displaying and setting the printer properties vary according to how the settings take effect for printing. Also the tabs displayed vary depending on how you display the printer properties. Setting Initial Values of Print Options Setting the print options by viewing the printer properties from the Printers folder within the Windows Start menu will establish the initial values of the print options.
  • Page 96: Setting Print Options For Each Print Job

    Setting Print Options for Each Print Job Setting the print options by viewing the printer properties from the Print dialog box within an application will establish the values for the current print job. The print option settings specific to each print job are set using this method.
  • Page 97: Details Of Screen

    Printer Name Displays the name given to the printer driver when it is installed, or the name as it is displayed on the icon in the Printer folder. Menu Tabs The menu items of the printer driver are displayed as tabs. Clicking on a tab will display the contents of the selected tab. The tabs displayed vary depending on the way the print properties are displayed.
  • Page 98 PS Tab You can specify the settings for PS features. This setting tab is available only for the PostScript printer driver. P112 “Setting the PS Tab” Private Tab You can specify the settings for private printing or stored printing. P114 “Setting the Private Tab” Options Tab You can specify the settings for installed optional devices and Tab print settings.
  • Page 99: Setting The Output Tab

    The Output tab permits setting the paper and layout information print options. Paper Size This selects the size of paper for printing. • A3 • 8.25x13* • A4 • 11x17(LD) • A5 • Legal (8-1/2” x 14”) • B4 • Letter (8-1/2” x 11”) •...
  • Page 100 • The Attention message is displayed when “Bypass (Short Edge)” or “Bypass (Long Edge)” is selected. • When you want to perform Tab printing, please specify the Tab Settings option on the Options tab before specifying the media type and paper source on the Output tab. P116 “Setting the Options Tab”...
  • Page 101 • Images will be reduced to fit within the remaining area other than the space taken for the added binding margin. • In case binding margin is added to the enlarge/reduce printing, the image will be shifted to opposite side of the margin taking the space of the binding margin into account.
  • Page 102 • Sort + Staple Upper Left - Select this to staple in the upper left and print. The Finisher or Saddle Stitch Finisher is required to enable this option. • Sort + Staple Upper Right - Select this to staple in the upper right and print. The Finisher or Saddle Stitch Finisher is required to enable this option.
  • Page 103 Sort Group Sort + Staple Upper Right Sort + Staple Left (Double) Hole Punch Left Hole Punch Top * The Finishing dialog box above a image when all optional devices installed and set at the Options tab. NOTE: • The Finishing dialog box displayed varies depending on the installed optional devices set on the Options tab. •...
  • Page 104 2 in 1 right order 2 in 1 reverse 4 in 1 reverse landscape 4 in 1 reverse portrait 16 in 1 * The Layout dialog box above a image when the orientation is portrait. NOTE: • The Layout dialog box displayed varies depending on the orientation selected. •...
  • Page 105: Setting The Cover/insert Tab

    Setting the Cover/Insert Tab The Cover/Insert tab sets adding a cover sheet, back cover sheet, or a blank sheet between pages. This is useful when you want to add or print a cover page on a different color or different size sheet of paper.
  • Page 106 Back Cover This sets back cover printing. This option allows you to insert or print a back cover on a sheet fed from a different tray from the Paper Source option on the Output tab. To enable back cover printing, check on the box and select the printing method. Also, select the location from where a back cover sheet is to be fed using the Paper Source drop down box.
  • Page 107 Insert Page Enter the page number where the sheet is to be inserted. When “Simplex” is selected from the Printing Method drop down box, entered page will be printed on the inserted sheet. When “Duplex” is selected from the Printing Method drop down box, entered page and the next page will be printed on both sides of the inserted sheet.
  • Page 108: Setting The Watermark Tab

    The Watermark tab permits the printing of a watermark over the image on the paper. The Watermark tab is not available for the PostScript printer driver for Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, and Windows XP. Watermark This selects the watermark to be used or edited. The following values except “None” are the default watermarks that have been registered in the printer driver.
  • Page 109: Watermark Detail Screen

    [Edit] Select a watermark from the Watermark drop down box and click on this to edit a watermark. The Watermark Detail screen appears by clicking on this. P107 “Watermark Detail Screen” [Delete] Select a watermark from the Watermark drop down box and click on this to delete the desired watermark. NOTE: •...
  • Page 110 Darkness Enter the percentage of shading for the watermark text. The shading can be set from 0 (lightest) to 100 (darkest) in units of 1%. You can also set the percentage of shading by moving the scroll bar. Angle Enter the degree of angle for rotating the watermark text. The angle can be set from -180 to 180 degrees in units of 1 degree.
  • Page 111: Setting The Print Quality Tab

    Setting the Print Quality Tab The Print Quality tab permits setting the gray scale, TrueType font, Smoothing, and Toner Save print quality options. This control screen differs depending upon whether the PCL6 printer driver or the PostScript printer driver is being used. PCL6 Printer Driver Gray Scale This sets how to print gray scale images.
  • Page 112: Postscript Printer Driver

    TrueType Options This sets how to print the TrueType fonts. • Download as TrueType - Select this to print a normal document at a high speed. All TrueType fonts are extracted on the printer for printing. • Download as Bit Image - Select this to print the document as same as the print image shown on the screen. •...
  • Page 113 Use Smoothing Function Check the box to print the texts and graphics smoothly. Toner Save Mode Check the box to print in toner save mode. Send Font As This sets to specify the format to send the TrueType fonts which are not substituted with their PostScript equivalents. Font Substitution Table This table shows how each TrueType font is substituted.
  • Page 114: Setting The Ps Tab

    The PS tab is only for the PostScript printer driver. The PS3 Upgrade (GE-1020) or PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is required to use the PostScript Driver. The PS tab sets the PostScript features for printing. Print PS Information Check on this to print a PS error information page when any errors occur for printing.
  • Page 115 Negative Image Printing This allows you to perform negative image printing of an image. • Negative - Select this to perform negative image printing. • Positive - Select this to not perform negative image printing. NOTE: Negative Image Printing option is not available for Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, and Windows XP. FreeForm This allows you set various features for the FreeForm option.
  • Page 116: Setting The Private Tab

    The Private tab allows you to perform private printing and stored printing. NOTE: To perform Private printing and Stored printing, the User Name must be set on the User tab. If you have not set the User Name, please set it first. Private Job Check on this to print the current job as a private job.
  • Page 117 Stored Job Check on this to print the current job as a stored job. The print job sent as a stored job is saved in memory on the GA-1140, and the print job is not printed until you activate printing from the Touch Panel Display of the copier. This option is useful when you do not want to print a job immediately, and when you want to print a proof copy for confirmation before printing several copies.
  • Page 118: Setting The Options Tab

    The Options tab establishes the configurations for the optional devices installed on the GA-1140 and Tab settings for the Tab Print function. [Option Settings] Click on this to manually configure the installed optional devices on the GA-1140. The Option Settings dialog box is displayed upon clicking on this.
  • Page 119 [Auto Settings] Click on this to automatically configure the installed optional devices on the GA-1140. This can be performed when the GA- 1140 is connected to the TCP/IP network. The Two-Way Communication dialog box is displayed upon clicking on this. Enter the IP address of DNS name in the field, and click on [Update] to automatically obtain the option configuration from the GA-1140.
  • Page 120 [Tab Settings] Click on this to perform tab printing. The Tab Settings dialog box is displayed upon clicking on this. You can print a document on a tab sheet using the tab print settings. To perform tab print, specify the tray where the tab sheet is set and enter the width of the tab and the amount by which the image will be shifted.
  • Page 121: Setting The User Tab

    The User tab permits setting the user information such as the user name and department code. User Name Enter the user name. This name is displayed for print jobs in the Print Job page of the TopAccess program. The user name is required for printing private and stored jobs.
  • Page 122: Setting The Settings Tab

    The Settings tab displays the current settings information. Settings The current print settings are displayed. [Restore Global Defaults] Click on this to restore the default values for all tabs. NOTE: The user name, department code, option settings, created watermark, edited watermark, deleted watermark, and create setting profiles are not restored.
  • Page 123: Setting The Consumables Tab

    Setting the Consumables Tab The Consumables tab displays the current status of the paper in each tray. Paper The paper remaining status, paper size, and media type for each paper tray is displayed. [Update] Click this to update the consumable information. NOTE: The information on this tab is automatically obtained from the GA-1140 using Two-Way communication.
  • Page 124: Managing Fonts With Font Manager 2000

    Managing Fonts with Font Manager 2000 The Agfa Monotype Font Manager 2000 program can be used to manage your fonts in Windows. It can: • Search your local and network drives for fonts. • Install and uninstall fonts in Windows. •...
  • Page 125: Searching Fonts

    The first time you start Agfa Monotype Font Manager 2000, the Find Fonts dialog box appears automatically. Before installing a font in Windows, you have to search the available fonts that can be installed by Font Manager 2000. 1. Click on the “Fonts” menu and select “Search for Fonts...”. •...
  • Page 126: Removing Fonts From The Computer

    Removing Fonts from the Computer You can remove the fonts from your computer that no longer be required. Even if you uninstall the fonts from Windows, the source files of the uninstalled fonts are not deleted from the hard drive. You can remove the sources of the uninstalled fonts from your computer by this function.
  • Page 127: Sorting Fonts In The List

    5. Click on [OK]. 6. The created group is added to the Font Groups list. You can sort and change the order of fonts to be displayed in the Available Font List and installed fonts list. Sorting by Name Click on the “Sort” menu and click on “Sort by Name”. The fonts are listed alphabetically by the font family name.
  • Page 129: I I I I I Printing From Mac Os Computers

    Printing from Mac OS Computers The PS3 Upgrade (GE-1020) or PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is required for printing from a Mac OS computer.
  • Page 130: Printing From Application

    Printing from Application The PostScript option, PS3 Upgrade (GE-1020) must be installed on the GA-1140 to print from a Mac OS computer. Once you have installed the GA-1140 printer driver as described in the section “Installing the Printer Driver” in the chapter “Installing User Software on a Mac OS Computer”, you can print directly from most Mac OS applications.
  • Page 131 The “[Server Name]_GA-1140_Hold” and “[Server Name]_GA-1140_Print” printers are only available when the PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is installed. SUPPLEMENT: Please make sure the button below the Select a PostScript Printer list becomes the [Setup...] button. When the Choose dialog box shows the [Create] button below the Select a PostScript Printer list, this means you have not yet configure the printer for printing.
  • Page 132: Setting Options And Printing From Mac Os Computers

    Setting Options and Printing from Mac OS Computers In Mac OS applications, print options are set from both the Page Setup dialog box and the Print dialog box. Open a file and select [Page Setup] from the [File] menu of the application. In the dialog box that appears, make sure the GA-1140 printer is selected at the Printer menu and specify the Page Setup settings for your...
  • Page 133: Setting Up Print Options For Page Setup Dialog

    Setting Up Print Options for Page Setup Dialog The Page Setup dialog boxes can be displayed by selecting the [Page Setup] command from the [File] menu of the application. In the Page Setup dialog boxes, you can specify the Page Attribute settings, Watermark settings, and PostScript Options settings.
  • Page 134 Scale This changes the size of the printed image on the page. Enter the zoom ratio to enlarge or reduce an image. You can set any integer from 25 to 400(%) for the zoom ratio. NOTE: The watermark is also enlarged or reduced when you enable the watermark option. Enlarge/Reduce Correspondence Table Purpose Paper Size...
  • Page 135: Watermark

    In the Watermark menu, you can set to print a watermark. How to Print a Watermark Select how you want to print a watermark here. • None - Select this to print no watermark. • First - Select this to print the watermark only on the first page. •...
  • Page 136: Postscript Options

    In the PostScript™ Options menu, you can set the mirror image printing, negative image printing, and how the texts and graphics are printed. Visual Effects This sets the visual effects for printing. • Flip Horizontal - Check on this to print a mirror image that flipped horizontally. •...
  • Page 137: Setting Up Print Options For Print Dialog

    Setting Up Print Options for Print Dialog The Print dialog boxes can be displayed by selecting the [Print] command from the [File] menu of the application. In the Print dialog boxes, you can specify the General settings, Background Printing settings, Cover Page settings, Layout settings, Error Handling settings, PostScript settings, Printer Specific Options settings, and Private settings.
  • Page 138: Background Printing

    In the Background Printing menu, you can set how the print job is spooled. Print in This sets how the print job is spooled. • Foreground (no spool file) - Select this to disable any operation on the computer until printing is completed. •...
  • Page 139: Layout

    Print Cover Page This sets how the cover page is inserted. • None - Select this not to insert the cover page • Before Document - Select this to insert the front cover page. When this is selected, select the paper source at the Cover Page Paper Source option.
  • Page 140: Error Handling

    Border Select whether the border line is drawn for each page. This is not available when the divided layout printing (printing a page on multiple sheets) is set. • None - Select this to draw no border line. • Single hairline - Select this to draw single hairline for the border. •...
  • Page 141: Printer Specific Options

    Format Select the format for the print job. • PostScript Job - Select this to send the print job in the PostScript format. • EPS Mac Standard Preview - Select this to save as a file in the EPS format with the 72-bit preview image. •...
  • Page 142 Media Type This sets the media type of the paper. • Plain - Select this when printing on general plain paper. • Thick 1 - Select this when printing on 24/28/32 lbs thick paper, 60 bls cover sheet, or 90 lbs index sheet (up to 163 g/m thick paper).
  • Page 143 • Group - Select this for group-printing (1, 1, 1... 2, 2, 2... 3, 3, 3...) • Saddle Stitch - Select this to staple on the center. This is useful when you print and create the booklet. The Saddle Stitch Finisher is required to enable this option. In order to create a booklet, you must specify other print options properly. To print a booklet, please refer to “Appendix for Booklet Printing”...
  • Page 144: Tab Printing

    Rotate 180 Degrees This allows you to perform the rotation printing of an image. This option is available only when the orientation is set to landscape. • No - Select this not to perform the rotation printing. • Yes - Select this to perform the rotation printing. Create Master Select whether creating the master file for FreeForm.
  • Page 145: Private

    Measurement Units You can alter the unit from inch and mm used to set the Width and Shift option for the Tab printing. Width Enter the width of the tab when you check the Tab Paper box. The tab width rage can be set varies depending on which you select for the paper source: •...
  • Page 146: Appendix For Booklet Printing

    Appendix for Booklet Printing When you want to print a booklet from the Mac OS computer, please follow the instruction here. NOTE: The following information does not always guarantee for that all applications can perform the booklet printing from a Macintosh computer. When you want to print a booklet from a portrait document, follow the procedure below.
  • Page 147: Printing A Landscape Booklet

    Check the “Reverse Order” checkbox. Select “Printer Specific Options” at the drop down box. Select “Short Edge Binding” at the “Duplex” drop down box and click on [Print]. • Printing a booklet with saddle stitch, you also need to select the “Saddle Stitch” at the Finishing drop down box.
  • Page 148 SUPPLEMENT: If you are printing from Microsoft Word, you should set the Microsoft Word options as well before clicking on [OK] to accept settings on the Page Setup dialog. P146 “When Printing from Microsoft Word” Click on the [File] menu from an application, and select [Print].
  • Page 149: I I I I I Advanced Features

    Advanced Features...
  • Page 150: Printing A Private Job

    Printing a Private Job The Private Job feature enables you to save jobs in the copier’s memory and edit and print them from the Touch Panel Display at any time. The Private Job is useful when you want to print a confidential document because it can be secured using the password.
  • Page 151 Check “Private Job” and click on [Password Setting]. • The Password setting for Private Job dialog box appears. NOTE: The Private Job option is disabled unless the user name has been set on the User tab. If the option is grayed out, click on User tab and enter the user name and try again.
  • Page 152: Creating A Private Job From Mac Os Computers

    Creating a Private Job from Mac OS Computers The PS3 Upgrade (GE-1020) or PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is required for printing from a Mac OS computer. SUPPLEMENT: Before you can print to the GA-1140 from applications, you must select the GA-1140 in the Chooser.
  • Page 153 Check the box for the Private Job and enter the 5 digit password and user name in the User Entry field. • Only the numeric characters can be used for the password. • The password must be exactly 5 digits. •...
  • Page 154: Printing A Private Job From Touch Panel Display

    Printing a Private Job from Touch Panel Display Once you send the Private Job from the application, you can print the Private Job from the Touch Panel Display on the copier’s Control Panel. You can also print a proof of the Private Job, modify the print settings, and delete the Private Job from the list.
  • Page 155: Printing A Proof Of The Private Job

    Input the password using the Digital keys on the Control Panel, and press [SET]. Select the Private Job that you want to print, and press [PRINT]. • The Private Job is printed and removed from the Private Job list. Printing a Proof of the Private Job Press the [PRINTER/NETWORK] key on the Control Panel of the copier.
  • Page 156 Press your user name from the list. Input the password using the Digital keys on the Control Panel, and press [SET]. Select the Private Job that you want to print a proof, and press [PROOF]. • One copy of the Private Job is printed and the Private Job is remained in the list.
  • Page 157: Modifying The Print Settings Of The Private Job

    Modifying the Print Settings of the Private Job Press the [PRINTER/NETWORK] key on the Control Panel of the copier. • The PRINT menu or PRINT/SCAN menu is displayed on the Touch Panel Display. Press [PRIVATE]. Press your user name from the list. Input the password using the Digital keys on the Control Panel, and press [SET].
  • Page 158 Select the Private Job that you want to modify, and press [MODIFY]. • The printer settings menu for selected Private Job is displayed. Press the upper left button to modify the number of copies. • If you do not have to modify the number of copies, go to Step 8.
  • Page 159 Press the upper right button to modify the Finishing option. • If you do not have to modify the Finishing option, go to Step 11. Select the desired Finishing option button and press [SET], or press [Next] to display more finishing options.
  • Page 160 Select the desired Finishing option button and press [SET]. • Save the settings and the screen returns to the print settings menu. SADDLE STITCH Select this for booklet making with stapling on the center. The printer automatically performs sorting of the pages and print two pages of reduced image on one page on the both side of paper.
  • Page 161 TOP DOUBLE Select this to staple double in the upper side and print. The Finisher or Saddle Stitch Finisher is required to enable this option. Press the lower left button to modify the Duplex printing option. • If you do not have to modify the Duplex printing option, go to Step 13.
  • Page 162 TABLET Select this to print both side of paper a vertical reverse one to be bound along the horizontal side of paper that the pages can be turned over up and down. Portrait Landscape Press the lower right button to modify the Hole Punch option.
  • Page 163 select this to create holes on the upper side and print. This can not be used in combination with “Magazine Sort”, “Sort + Staple Left (Double)”, “Sort + Staple Top (Double)”, and “Magazine Sort + Saddle Stitch”. The Hole Punch unit is required to enable this option. Press [TAB] to modify the Tab Print option.
  • Page 164: Deleting The Private Job

    Press [Proof] if you want to print a proof of the print job modified. • If you do not have to print a proof, proceed to the following step. Press [Print] when you are finished modifying your print job. • The Private Job is printed and removed from the Private Job list.
  • Page 165 Input the password using the Digital keys on the Control Panel, and press [SET]. Select the Private Job that you want to delete, and press [DELETE]. Press [DELETE]. • The selected Private Job is deleted and removed form the Private Job list.
  • Page 166: Printing A Stored Job

    Printing a Stored Job The Stored Job feature enables you to save jobs in the copier’s memory and edit and print them from the Touch Panel Display at any time. This option is useful when you do not want to print a job immediately. Also this is useful for printing the files are that frequently printed since the Stored Job is remained in the memory until you delete the job from the Touch Panel Display.
  • Page 167 Specify the print options that are required for the print job at each tab, then click on Stored tab. Check “Stored Job”, enter the job name in the “Stored Job” field, and click on [OK] to save settings. • The screen returns to the Print dialog box. NOTE: The Stored Job option is disabled unless the user name has been set on the User...
  • Page 168: Creating A Stored Job From Mac Os Computers

    Creating a Stored Job from Mac OS Computers The PS3 Upgrade (GE-1020) or PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is required for printing from a Mac OS computer. SUPPLEMENT: Before you can print to the GA-1140 from applications, you must select the GA-1140 in the Chooser.
  • Page 169 Check the box for the Stored Job and enter the stored name and user name in the User Entry field. • Enter the Department Code if required. Click on [Print]. • The print job is sent to the GA-1140 as a Stored Job.
  • Page 170: Printing A Stored Job From Touch Panel Display

    Printing a Stored Job from Touch Panel Display Once you send the Stored Job from the application, you can print the Stored Job from the Touch Panel Display on the copier’s Control Panel. You can also change the job name, modify the print settings, and delete the Stored Job from the list.
  • Page 171: Changing The Stored Name

    If the Department Code screen is displayed, input the department code for the Stored Job using the Digital keys, and press [SET]. • The Stored Job is printed. SUPPLEMENT: The Stored Job is remained until you delete the job. Changing the Stored Name Press the [PRINTER/NETWORK] key on the Control Panel of the copier.
  • Page 172: Modifying The Print Settings Of The Stored Job

    Enter the Stored Name with the screen for entering letters and press [SET]. • The Stored Name is edited. Modifying the Print Settings of the Stored Job Press the [PRINTER/NETWORK] key on the Control Panel of the copier. • The PRINT menu or PRINT/SCAN menu is displayed on the Touch Panel Display.
  • Page 173 If the Department Code screen is displayed, input the department code for the Stored Job using the Digital keys, and press [SET]. • The printer settings menu for selected Stored Job is displayed. Press the upper left button to modify the number of copies.
  • Page 174 Press the upper right button to modify the Finishing option. • If you do not have to modify the Finishing option, go to Step 10. Select the desired Finishing option button and press [SET], or press [Next] to display more finishing options.
  • Page 175 Select the desired Finishing option button and press [SET]. • Save the settings and the screen returns to the print settings menu. SADDLE STITCH Select this for booklet making with stapling on the center. The printer automatically performs sorting of the pages and print two pages of reduced image on one page on the both side of paper.
  • Page 176 TOP DOUBLE Select this to staple double in the upper side and print. The Finisher or Saddle Stitch Finisher is required to enable this option. Press the lower left button to modify the Duplex printing option. • If you do not have to modify the Duplex printing option, go to Step 12.
  • Page 177 TABLET Select this to print both side of paper a vertical reverse one to be bound along the horizontal side of paper that the pages can be turned over up and down. Portrait Landscape Press the lower right button to modify the Hole Punch option.
  • Page 178 select this to create holes on the upper side and print. This can not be used in combination with “Magazine Sort”, “Sort + Staple Left (Double)”, “Sort + Staple Top (Double)”, and “Magazine Sort + Saddle Stitch”. The Hole Punch unit is required to enable this option. Press [TAB] to modify the Tab Print option.
  • Page 179: Deleting The Stored Job

    Press [Print] when you are finished modifying your print job. • The Stored Job is printed and removed from the Stored Job list. Deleting the Stored Job Press the [PRINTER/NETWORK] key on the Control Panel of the copier. • The PRINT menu or PRINT/SCAN menu is displayed on the Touch Panel Display.
  • Page 180 Press [DELETE]. • The selected Stored Job is deleted and removed form the Stored Job list.
  • Page 181: I I I I I Tracking And Managing Print Jobs

    Tracking and Managing Print Jobs...
  • Page 182: About The Print Job Management Tools

    About the Print Job Management Tools GA-1140 user software includes a variety of tools that allow you to track and manage print jobs. Access to some tools is controlled by your site administrator, but other tools are available to all users. •...
  • Page 183: Managing The Print Jobs With Topaccess

    Managing the Print Jobs with TopAccess TopAccess resides on the GA-1140 and can be accessed over the network from a variety of platforms. TopAccess has a home page that lets you view server functions and manipulate jobs remotely. This chapter describes those functions available to all users (not administrator function). Requirements In order to use the TopAccess, the following environments are required.
  • Page 184: Accessing The Topaccess

    Start the Internet browser on your computer. Enter “http://[IP address or DNS name]” in the Address entry field of the browser, and press [Enter]. • Enter the IP address or DNS name assigned to the GA-1140 instead of [IP address or DNS name]. SUPPLEMENT: Ask your administrator for the IP address of DNS name of the GA-1140.
  • Page 185: Screen Details

    Display the details of the page that you access by clicking on the menu and function tab. TOSHIBA MFP Logo Go to the TOSHIBA TEC Web site by clicking on this. Update information about TOSHIBA TEC products is available on this Web site.
  • Page 186: Checking Ga-1140 Copier Status

    SUPPLEMENT: You can access the administrator specified web page (see Administrator’s Guide ) by clicking on the TOSHIBA MFP log located in the lower right corner of this page. The Toshiba Copiers World Wide Homepage (http://www.toshibatec.co.jp/joho/copier/english/index.html) is displayed as a default setting.
  • Page 187: Checking And Managing Ga-1140 Print Jobs

    Checking and Managing GA-1140 Print Jobs You can use TopAccess to see what jobs are currently printing and the Private Jobs and Stored Jobs currently saved in the GA-1140. You can also print or delete these print jobs. The information is dynamically updated every time you access this page.
  • Page 188: Checking And Deleting The Private Job

    The job is deleted and the “Request Has Been Received” message is displayed. NOTE: The job that is currently printing cannot be deleted. Checking and Deleting the Private Job Click the Print Jobs menu and Private Job tab. • The Private Job page is displayed. You can check the Private Jobs currently saved.
  • Page 189 Enter the password for the Private Job and click on [OK]. Click on [DELETE]. The job is deleted and the “Request Has Been Received” message is displayed.
  • Page 190: Checking And Printing The Stored Job

    Checking and Printing the Stored Job Click the Print Jobs menu and Stored Job tab. • The Stored Job page is displayed. You can check the Stored Jobs currently saved. • When you want to print a Stored Job in the list, proceed to the next step.
  • Page 191: Checking And Deleting The Stored Job

    The job is printed and the “Request Has Been Received” message is displayed. Checking and Deleting the Stored Job Click the Print Jobs menu and Stored Job tab. • The Stored Job page is displayed. You can check the Stored Jobs currently saved. •...
  • Page 192 Click on [DELETE]. The job is deleted and the “Request Has Been Received” message is displayed.
  • Page 193: Checking Ga-1140 Printer Settings

    Checking GA-1140 Printer Settings You can use TopAccess to see the current printer default settings that are effective for print jobs that do not contain the print information. You can also check the default font settings for PCL jobs, default settings for PostScript jobs, and default settings for queues which are available when the HDD option is installed.
  • Page 194: Displaying The Department Counter

    Displaying the Department Counter When the Department Code is enabled on the copier settings, users can view the counter information for each department code using TopAccess. SUPPLEMENT: Users who know the master code for the department code feature can set, edit, delete or export the counter information on the copier.
  • Page 195 Check the department counter or click on [PRINT] to print the department counter information sheet. • “Printing Counter” shows the number of copies printed on the copier: Total Print - displays the total number of copy, other, and print jobs that have been printed. Copy - displays the number of copy jobs that have been printed.
  • Page 196: Managing The Counter With Master Code

    Managing the Counter with Master Code If you know the master code for the department code, you can view the counters for all department codes and perform the management functions for the counters, such as registering new department codes, editing or deleting department codes, and resetting the department code counters. In addition, you can export the department counter information as a file on your local hard disk.
  • Page 197: Registering A New Department Code

    Registering a New Department Code Click on [ADVANCED] on the Department Counter page. Click the button in the “Change” column of an unused Dept Code. • A department code registration dialog box appears. Enter the department name in the “Department Name”...
  • Page 198: Editing A Department Code

    Editing a Department Code Click on [ADVANCED] on the Department Counter page. Click the button in the “Change” column of the department code which you want to edit. • A department code modification dialog box appears. Enter the department name in the “Department Name”...
  • Page 199: Resetting A Department Counter

    Resetting a Department Counter You can reset the counter for the department code. Click on [ADVANCED] on the Department Counter page. Click the button in the “Reset” column of the department code which you want to reset the counter. • A confirmation dialog box appears. SUPPLEMENT: When you want to reset all counter, click on [ALL] under the “Reset”...
  • Page 200: Deleting Department Counter Information

    Deleting Department Counter Information You can delete an existing department code. If you delete a department code, the counter information for that department code is also cleared. Click on [ADVANCED] on the Department Counter page. Click the button in the “Delete” column of the department code you want to delete.
  • Page 201: Exporting Counter Information

    Exporting Counter Information You can export counter information as an XML format data. Click on [EXPORT] at the bottom of the Department Counter page. • A New window is opened displaying the counter data in XML form. Click on the [File] menu of the browser and select [Save As...].
  • Page 203: I I I I I Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting...
  • Page 204: Troubleshooting For The Installation

    Troubleshooting for the Installation This section provides troubleshooting tips for the installation. On a Windows computer Setting up printing on Windows NT Workstations If you have problems installing the GA-1140 with Windows NT, try installing another PostScript printer (such as the Apple LaserWriter IIg), and then install the GA-1140. Installing another printer insures that all files are properly installed and available.
  • Page 205: On A Mac Os Computer

    If auto-setup does not work and you are prompted to select the PPD, select the appropriate GA-1140 file in your System folder:Extensions:Printer Descriptions folder. Select “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO810srs-PS3UC” or “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO810srs-PS3EU”. Installing screen fonts If you experience problems installing the PostScript screen fonts from the User Software CD to the System folder: Fonts folder, try the following: 1.
  • Page 206: Troubleshooting For Printing

    Troubleshooting for Printing This section provides troubleshooting tips for printing. Maintaining optimal system performance The GA-1140 does not require maintenance. Beyond the routine requirements of servicing and maintaining the copier and replenishing consumables, there are a few things you can do to improve the overall performance of your system: Reduce unnecessary two-way communication.
  • Page 207 Printing seems to take too long: Print to a queue instead of to the Direct connection. When you print to a queue, the job is stored on the GA-1140 until it can be processed and printed; when you print to the Direct connection, the job cannot be sent to the GA-1140 until the previous job is finished processing, so you must wait longer to use your computer.
  • Page 208: Problems With Print Quality

    Problems with Print Quality Print settings for the job do not match the settings you gave: Make sure that you did not override the settings in another place because some settings are disabled according to the priority of options. You got poor printing results: Does your application require one of GA-1140’s printer description files? If you’re printing from Adobe PageMaker, make sure that the GA-1140 printer description file is installed correctly.
  • Page 209: I I I I I Appendix

    Appendix...
  • Page 210: Internal Pcl Fonts List

    Internal PCL Fonts List The following 81 PCL fonts are resident on the GA-1140: Courier CG Times CG Times Bold CG Times Italic CG Times Bold Italic CG Omega CG Omega Bold CG Omega Italic CG Omega Bold Italic Coronet Clarendon Condensed Univers Medium Univers Bold...
  • Page 211 Wingdings ITC ZapfDingbatsD12 Courier Bold Courier Italic Courier Bold Italic Letter Gothic Letter Gothic Bold Letter Gothic Italic Courier PSD12 Courier PS BoldD12 Courier PS Bold ObliqueD12 Courier PS ObliqueD12 Line Printer...
  • Page 212: Internal Postscript Fonts List

    Internal PostScript Fonts List The internal PostScript fonts are available only when the PS3 Upgrade (GE-1020) or PS3 Scan & HDD Upgrade (GE-1060+GE-1110) is installed on the GA-1140. The following tables list the 136 built-in PostScript printer fonts, 126 Adobe Type 1 fonts and 10 TrueType fonts, on the GA-1140.
  • Page 213 Bodoni-PosterCompressed Bookman-Light Bookman-Demi Bookman-LightItalic Bookman-DemiItalic Carta Clarendon-Light Clarendon Clarendon-Bold CooperBlack CooperBlack-Italic Copperplate-ThirtyThreeBC Copperplate-ThirtyTwoBC Coronet Courier Courier-Bold Courier-Oblique Courier-BoldOblique Eurostile Eurostile-Bold Eurostile-ExtendedTwo Eurostile-BoldExtendedTwo GillSans GillSans-Bold GillSans-Italic GillSans-BoldItalic GillSans-Light GillSans-LightItalic GillSans-Condensed GillSans-BoldCondensed GillSans-ExtraBold Goudy Goudy-Bold Goudy-Italic Goudy-BoldItalic Goudy-ExtraBold Bodoni PosterCompressed Bookman Bookman Demi Bookman LightItalic Bookman DemiItalic Carta...
  • Page 214 Helvetica Helvetica-Bold Helvetica-Oblique Helvetica-BoldOblique Helvetica-Narrow Helvetica-Narrow-Bold Helvetica-Narrow-Oblique Helvetica-Narrow-BoldOblique Helvetica-Condensed Helvetica-Condensed-Bold Helvetica-Condensed-Oblique Helvetica-Condensed-BoldObl HoeflerText-Ornaments JoannaMT JoannaMT-Bold JoannaMT-Italic JoannaMT-BoldItalic LetterGothic LetterGothic-Bold LetterGothic-Slanted LetterGothic-BoldSlanted LubalinGraph-Book LubalinGraph-Demi LubalinGraph-BookOblique LubalinGraph-DemiOblique Marigold MonaLisa-Recut NewCenturySchlbk-Roman NewCenturySchlbk-Bold NewCenturySchlbk-Italic NewCenturySchlbk-BoldItalic Optima Optima-Bold Optima-Italic Optima-BoldItalic Oxford Helvetica Helvetica Bold Helvetica Oblique Helvetica BoldOblique Helvetica Narrow Helvetica Narrow Bold...
  • Page 215 Palatino-Roman Palatino-Bold Palatino-Italic Palatino-BoldItalic StempelGaramond-Roman StempelGaramond-Bold StempelGaramond-Italic StempelGaramond-BoldItalic Symbol Tekton Times-Roman Times-Bold Times-Italic Times-BoldItalic TimesNewRomanPS-BoldMT TimesNewRomanPS-BoldItalicMT TimesNewRomanPS-ItalicMT TimesNewRomanPSMT Univers-Extended Univers-BoldExt Univers-ExtendedObl Univers-BoldExtObl Univers-Light Univers-Bold Univers-LightOblique Univers-BoldOblique Univers Univers-Oblique Univers-CondensedBold Univers-CondensedBoldOblique Univers-Condensed Univers-CondensedOblique ZapfChancery-MediumItalic ZapfDingbats Palatino Palatino Bold Palatino Italic Palatino BoldItalic StempelGaramond Roman StempelGaramond Bold StempelGaramond Italic...
  • Page 216 TrueType fonts The GA-1140 includes 10 TrueType fronts: PostScript name: Apple-Chancery Chicago Geneva HoeflerText-Black HoeflerText-BlackItalic HoeflerText-Italic HoeflerText-Regular Monaco New York Wingdings-Regular Mac OS menu name: Apple Chancery Chicago Geneva Hoefler Text Black Hoefler Text Black Hoefler Text Hoefler Text Monaco New York Wingdings Windows menu name, style:...
  • Page 218 1-1, KANDA NISHIKI-CHO, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO, 101-8442, JAPAN © 2002 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION R02052017000-TTEC All rights reserved 2002-05...

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